April 12, 2019
The San Diego Planning Commission approved Cisterra Development’s proposed Preserve at Torrey Highlands, a 400,000-square-foot office campus in North San Diego along the state Route 56 Tech Corridor. The plan calls for three office towers, a parking garage and a one-story central gathering space featuring a restaurant with a patio, a fitness center, an outdoor collaboration space and an amphitheater.
The 11-acre site near Rancho Penasquitos is situated in the Region’s Tech Connector. The Gensler-designed project is supported by infrastructure and amenities tenants demand, including both on-site and in the surrounding community.
Surrounded on three sides by a wildlife preserve, the site connects directly to a network of trails for hiking, walking and mountain biking, which extends the outdoor ambiance of the campus. Nearby development includes more than 17-acres retail, hospitality, restaurants, entertainment, fitness, groceries, housing and other services.
The developer still must secure final City Council approval for the project.
For comments, questions or concerns, please contact Dennis Kaiser